The Guardian wants to hear about your open relationships
Here's a chance to tell your story. The Guardian newspaper (based in the U.K. but with a major presence in North America and worldwide) asks how open relating works for you.
You get a form with essay boxes to fill in, briefly or at length. The questions are pretty open-ended. Copy-and-pasting should work if you already have something written. You specify whether they may publish your response and whether you want to remain anonymous.
Let's get a wider batch of poly stories in there, not just open couples!
The solicitation went up May 20th. From the text:
Are you in an open relationship? Tell us about it
By Sarah Marsh
There has been a lot of discussion on open relationships lately, with ongoing reports about a celebrity threesome, and the TV personality Saira Khan saying she has given her husband permission to sleep with other women (something he later denied).
...Non-monogamous relationships are increasingly being talked about and in 2009 it was estimated that there were about half a million polyamorous relationships in the US – although exact figures are hard to come by.
Are you in an open relationship? If so, then we want to hear from you. What are the challenges and benefits? Is it something that is more common among particular generations? Get in touch by filling in the form below.
Go do it.